Ed Gjertsen II, vice president of Mack Investment Securities in Northfield, Illinois, has the beginnings of a book. “It’s just musings, really,” he says of an outline and perhaps 20 pages of very rough copy created about a year ago.

Gjertsen is certainly not alone as many planners hope to write books. Some have begun the process and a smaller number will take their book to completion and seek a traditional publisher or self-publish.

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